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||| Awards [1970-1990] - [1991-2000] - [2001 - 2006] |||

Awards Part I [1970-1990]:

Year: Award:
   
1970:  
  NAACP Image Awards:
Best Singing Group [Jackson 5]
  Sixteen And Spec Magazine:
Best Group Of The Year [Jackson 5]
Best Single Of The Year ["I'll Be There"]
   
1971:  
  Grammy Awards:
Best Pop Song ["ABC"]
  Key To The City Of Gary Indiana:
Presented to the Jackson 5 by Mayor Richard Gordon Hatcher.
  NAACP Image Awards:
Best Singing Group [Jackson 5]
   
1972:  
  Billboard Awards:
Top Singles Artist Of The Year
Top Singles Male Of The Year
  Golden Globe Awards:
["Ben"]
[Picture] NAACP Image Awards:
Best Singing Group [Jackson 5]
 
Sixteen And Spec Magazine [Annual Gold Star Awards ] :
Best Single Of The Year ["Rockin' Robin"]
Best Singer [Michael Jackson]
 
U.S. Congress:
Special Commendation For Positive Role Models
 
The National Academy Of Recording Arts & Sciences:
Best Rhythm and Blues Vocals [Jackson 5]

1974:

  The Organization Of African Unity:
For strengthening Afro-Americans [Jackson 5]

1975:

  Black Caucus:
Honorary Members [Jackson 5]

1980:
 
[Picture] American Music Awards:
Favorite Male Soul Artist
Favorite Soul Album ["Off The Wall"]
Favorite Soul Single ["Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough"]
 
Billboard Awards:
Top Black Artist
Top Black Album ["Off The Wall"]
 
Cashbox:
Top Soul Album ["Off The Wall"]
 
Grammy Awards:
Best R&B Performance ["Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough"]
 
Hollywood Walk Of Fame:
The Jacksons receive a Star on the Hollywood Blvd.
 
NAACP Image Awards:
Best Singing Group [The Jacksons]

1981:
 
[Picture] American Music Awards:
Favorite Male Vocalist - Soul/R&B
Favorite Album - Soul/R&B ["Off The Wall"]
 
Brit Awards : [British Phonographic Industry Awards]
Best Album ["Off The Wall"]

Cashbox:
Soul Album Of The Year ["Off The Wall"]

NAACP Image Awards:
Best Singing Group [The Jacksons]

1983:
Black Gold Awards:
Top Male Vocalist
Best Video Performance ["Beat It"]
Best Single Of The Year ["Billie Jean"]
Best Album ["Thriller"]

Black Radio Exclusive Awards:
Artist Of The Year

Billboard Awards:
Pop Artist Of The Year
Black Artist Of The Year
Pop Album Of The Year ["Thriller"]
Pop Album Artist
Pop Singles Artist
Pop Male Album Artist
Pop Male Singles Artist
Black Album Artist
Black Singles Artist
Black Album ["Thriller"]
Dance/Disco Artist
Dance/Disco 12" LP ["Billie Jean"]
Dance/Disco 12" LP ["Beat It"]

Billboard Video Awards:
Best Video ["Beat It"]
Best Male Performance
Best Use Of Video To Enhance Artist's Image ["Beat It"]
Best Use Of Video To Enhance Artist's Song ["Beat It"]
Best Choreography ["Beat It"]
 
Cashbox:
Number One Male Artist
Top Pop Single ["Billie Jean"]
Top Male Singles Artist
Top Black Album ["Thriller"]
Top Pop Album ["Thriller"]
Top Black Male Artist
Top Black Male-Singles Artist
Top Black Single ["Billie Jean"]
 
Rolling Stone:
Readers Poll - # 1 Artist of the Year
Readers Poll - # 1 Soul Artist
Readers Poll - # 1 Video ["Beat It"]
Readers Poll - # 1 Producer [with Quincy Jones]
Critics Poll - # 1 Artist of the Year
Critics Poll - # 1 Video ["Beat It"]
Critics Poll - # 1 Male Vocalist
Critics Poll - # 1 Soul Artist
 
Australia:
Album Of The Year
Single Of The Year
 
Brazil:
International Artist Of The Year
 
Greece:
Record Of The Year

Holland:
Album Of The Year

Italy:
Artist Of The Year

Japan:
Artist Of The Year
Best Male Vocalist
Album Of The Year

Spain:
Most Important Foreign Album

United Kingdom:
Album Of The Year
Artist Of The Year

1984:
[Picture] American Music Awards:
Special Award Of Merit
Favorite Male Vocalist - Pop/Rock
Favorite Single - Pop/Rock ["Billie Jean"]
Favorite Album - Pop/Rock ["Thriller"]
Favorite Video - Pop/Rock ["Beat It"]
Favorite Album - Soul/R&B ["Thriller"]
Favorite Male Vocalist - Soul/R&B
Favorite Video - Soul/R&B ["Beat It"]

American Video Awards:
Best Long Form Video
Best Home Video

Billboard Awards:

Top Album ["Thriller"]

Canadian Black Music Awards:

Top International Album ["Thriller"]
Top International Single ["Billie Jean"]
Top Male Vocalist
Entertainer Of The Year

Crystal Globe Awards:
Exceeding Sales Past 5 Million

Ebony Magazine Awards

[Picture]

Grammy Awards:
Producer Of The Year [with Quincy Jones] ["Thriller"]
Album Of The Year ["Thriller"]
Record Of The Year ["Beat It"]
Best Male Rock Vocal Performance ["Beat It"]
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance ["Billie Jean"]
Best New R&B Song ["Billie Jean"]
Best Male Pop Performance Best Recording For Children ["E.T. The Extra Terrestrial"] Album, narration by Michael Jackson

Guinness Book Of Worlds Records:

Best Selling Album Of All Time ["Thriller"]

Hotel Royal Plaza:
Presentation Casement ["37 Gold & Platinum Discs"]

[Picture]

Hollywood Walk Of Fame:
Star for Michael Jackson on Hollywood Blvd. in front of Mann's Chinese Theater

MTV Video Music Awards:
Best Overall Video ["Thriller"]
Best Choreography ["Thriller"]
Viewers Choice Award ["Thriller"]

People's Choice Awards:
Best All Around Entertainer Of The Year
Favorite Video Of The Year ["Thriller"]

NAACP Image Awards:
H. Claude Hodson Medal Of Freedom Award 1984 Olympic Medal Of Friendship
 
NARM: [National Association Of Recording Merchandisers]
Gift Of Music Award:
Best Selling Album ["Thriller"]
Best selling Single ["Billie Jean"]
Best Home Video ["The Making Of Thriller"]

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Presidential Special Achievement Award:
presented by U.S. President Ronald Regan to Michael Jackson at the White House in recognition of his contribution to the nation's campaign against drunk driving -"Beat It" was used in the ads
 
United Kingdom:
Presentation Casement Of Platinum Disc 1985 ["Thriller"] LP

1985:
 
  Grammy Awards:
Best Home Video ["The Making Of Thriller"]
 
"Hero Of Young America":
voted in a special poll

1986:
 
[Picture] American Music Awards:
Award Of Appreciation
Song Of The Year ["We Are The World"]

[Picture]

Grammy Awards:
Song Of The Year ["We Are The World"]
Record Of The Year ["We Are The World"]
Best Pop Performance By Duo Or Group ["We Are The World"]
Best Music Video Short Form ["We Are The World"]

[Picture]

Guinness Book Of World Records:
Largest Ever Endorsement For Product Promotion [US$ 15 million for Pepsi]


People's Choice Awards:
Favorite New Song ["We Are The World"]

1987:
 
  Bravo Magazine Awards:
Silver Otto Award
 
Smash Hits Awards:
Best Male Vocalist
 
Aftonbladet Readers' Poll [Sweden]:
Best Vocal Artist Of 1987

1988:
 
  American Music Awards:
Favorite Single - Soul/R&B ["Bad"]
 
Billboard Awards:
Top Black Artist
 
Blues & Soul:
Outstanding Artist Of The Year
Best Live Show Of 1988
 
Bravo Magazine Awards:
Gold Otto Award

Brit Awards: [British Phonographic Industry Awards]
Best International Solo Artist
 
Cable Ace Awards:
Outstanding Editing In A Musical Special - ["Motown On Showtime: Michael Jackson - The Legend Continues"]
 
Ebony Magazine:
American Black Achievement Award
 
Forbes:
# 1 Entertainer Of The Year [$]
 
Guild Hall Party:
Presentation Of Sword To Commemorate "Bad" Tour

MTV Video Awards:
Video Vanguard Award

NAACP Image Awards:
Best Male Artist ["Bad" Single]
Best Album ["Bad"]
Leonard Carter Humanitarian Award

New York Times Best Seller List:
# 1 Book ["Moonwalk" by Michael Jackson]

Orpheus Award

Smash Hits Awards:
Best Male Vocalist

Soul Train Music Awards:
R&B Album Of The Year ["Bad"]
Best Male Single Of The Year ["Bad"]

[Picture]

UNCF: [United Negro College Fund]
Honorary Doctor Of Humane Letters Degree From Fisk University Frederick D. Patterson Award

[Picture]

Wembley Stadium:
For Seven Sell Out Record Breaking Shows

1989:
[Picture] American Music Awards:
Special Award Of Achievement
Video Pioneer Award

American Dance Award

Black Radio Exclusive Awards:
Humanitarian Award

BET:
Award For The Success Of "Bad" Tour

Billboard Awards:
Number One Black Artist
# 1 Album - Pop/R&B ["Bad"]

Bravo Magazine Awards:
Bronze Otto Award

BRE Awards:
Triple Crown Award [King Of Pop, Rock & Soul]
Video Of The Year

British TV Industry Awards:

Artist Of The Decade

Brit Awards : [British Phonographic Industry Awards]
Video Of The Year ["Smooth Criminal"]
Best International Male Artist

Canadian Music Awards:
Teddy Award ["Leave Me Alone"]

Capital Children Museum:
Best Of Washington 1989 Humanitarian Award

Cashbox:
Video Pioneer

Critic's Choice Awards:
Best Video ["Smooth Criminal"]

Entertainment Tonight:
Most Important Entertainer Of The Decade

Friday Night Videos:
Greatest Artist Of The Decade
Number One Artist

Forbes:
# 1 Entertainer Of The Year [$]

[Picture]

Gardner Street Elementary School:
Most Famous Alumnus Renamed School Auditorium to "The Michael Jackson Auditorium"

MTV Video Music Awards:
Video Vanguard Award ["Thriller"- The Greatest Video In The History Of The World]

National Urban Coalition:
Humanitarian Award

People's Choice Awards:
Favorite Music Video ["Smooth Criminal"]

Rolling Stone Magazine:
Video Of The Decade ["Thriller"]

[Picture]

Soul Train Music Awards:
Heritage Award Best R&B Urban Contemporary Single By A Male ["Man In The Mirror"]
1st Annual Sammy Davis Junior Award

U.K. TV Show:
Goodbye To The 80's Award

Vanity Fair:
Artist Of The Decade

Video Software Dealer Association:
Favorite Music Video ["Moonwalker"]
World Music Awards:
Philips Hall Of Fame Award for Lifetime Achievement In Video
Viewers Choice # 1 Video ["Dirty Diana"]

1990:
[Picture] American Cinema Awards:
Entertainer Of The Decade


Emmy Nominee:
Composing Sammy Davis Jr. 60th Anniversary Song ["You Were There"]

[Picture]

BMI Inaugural:
1st Michael Jackson Award Of Achievement

Boy Scouts Of America:
Good Scout Humanitarian

Capital Children Museum:
Entertainer Of The Decade Award

Grammy Awards:
Best Music Video Short Form ["Leave Me Alone"]

Music Connection:
Man Of The Decade

MTV Video Music Awards:

Video Vanguard Award - Artist Of The Decade

Role Model Award:
Awarded from the country of Japan

[Picture]

Sony Entertainment [CBS Records]:

Top Selling Artist Of The Decade

Soul Train Music Awards:
Artist Of The Decade

Vanity Fair:
Most Popular Artist In The History Of Show Business

NEXT - Awards Part II [1991-2000]